Post dating a letter
Because the "meet and greet" is being done online in text form, your words will be analyzed more than they would be if you were speaking them.When writing this email, remember that less is more---give the basics now, and elaborate later when asked. It is not important to write with perfect grammar or form when writing a note to a potential online date.
But receiving a long, newsy letter is still a treat, and there are times when nothing but a mailed letter will do.
and mainly revolves around section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881.
The two major issues before the courts are: 1) Post-dated cheques that are stopped by the bank or issuer, causing problems for whoever is to be paid by the cheque for goods or services provided and; 2) the reverse, in which a person is promised goods or services but does not receive them and has to stop the cheque.
(4) A cheque is not incomplete or irregular on its face by reason only that it is post-dated (whether or not the date has arrived).
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia's rules and conditions for cheques (2014: Section 1.7.6 'Dishonour of cheques') clearly state that a cheque will be dishonoured if it is presented before the post-date as written on the cheque for the reason that, '..cheque bears a date that is in the future.
If you write a lengthy post or response letter, especially if it is full of demands and useless information about yourself, it can scare off a prospective dater and make you seem narcissistic.